THE FRANKLIN PRESS
Friday, February 15, 1821
1 linkways Net Built-.
. By Rule of Thumb
"'ly Trained Men Are Now in
lemand For the Work
Workers Will Conduct a
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Raleigh, N. C, Feb. ; 11. Extension
workers of the State College and De
partment are now perfecting their
plans for the State-wide liye-at-home
campaign to be put on again this
year. The campaign will begin by
meetings? being held " at the various
""""""Tiunity centers and school houses
'"" qry ' 22nd, Washington's
''Mbat time blanks will
"ouout ten things
""ittld do to
The Home Paper in Verse. ,
A Rhyme on the Country Weekly
' Published ,in Promotion" a
Every country editor who is worthy
the name wants to help in every
movement fo the good of the com
munity. : Yet he must draw a line at
times belveen legitimate news and
editorial support, and advertising
which should be paid for.. Frequently
his attitude is misunderstood. Par
ticularly perplexing to the editor is
the matter handed him for' printing
which by no stretch'of the imagina
tion, can be considered of benefit to
"He' community, but is rather intend
"N promote some individual or
"SJ enterprise. Once in A
"""layman, however, seems
of view of the edi
Bob Adams were
"al Editor of
"V. to be
Upper Cartoosechaye News.
Mr. and Mrs. John Williamson
were visiting at' Mr. Jacob William
son's last Sunday.
Mr. R. H.,Bates and son, Sam.' of
Coweta, were the dinner guests ' at
Mr. J. W. Anderson's last Thursday.
Mrs. Sallie Anderson is; spending a
few days with Mrs. Will Anderson.
.. Miss Texic, Dills was visiting Mr.
and Mrs. Ilarlie Dills Sunday.'
Misses Annie Anderson and Ruby
Huscusson and -Mr. Zeb Anderson
were visiting at Mr. R. V. Dills' Sun
day evening. ' j .
. Rev.D. C. McCoy filled his regular
Appointment-here Sunday. '
Miss Nettie Cruse, of Teresita, was
visiting at Mr.. R. V. Djlls' Sunday.
Mr. Willie Huscusson, of Poplar
Cove, was visiting Mr. Zeb Anderson
one day the past, week, 1
Mrs. J. B. Anderson and daughter
Bessie were visiting friends and rela
tives on Poplar Cove Saturday night;
Miss Nettie Anderson and Mrs.
Georee Williamson, of Poolar Cove.
Nwere visiting at Mr. R. L. William
son s Sunday. -
NMr. J. H. Ledbetter was the guest
Mr. J. W. Anderson Sunday
tie business and has gone to
D. Dills was visiting his
Monday. - ,
jby. Huscusson, of Poplar
Sunday night with Miss
Nys visiting Mrs.
1 Provides a Working
Capital For Farmers
Co-operative marketing is not only
bringing to the farmers. more money
for' tlveir farm' products but is' open
ing, up new business relations' in, many
fields. The time has now come when
cny land owner whp is a member of
a co-operative marketing organiza
tion and producing crops under con
tract" can, receive money to finance;
the production. The cattle grower,'
who are organized cari iecure money
for buying cattle. .Money for . prij
ducm? crons can be burrowed Itf
nine; months,- and three j'a'rs.
hiivino- live stock.-
Ihis money comes tnrougn
North Carolina Agricultural . Crcfi
CorporationThe local banks all over
the state handle the papers, for, the
farmers of their immediate section..
The Central Bank7 and Trust com
pany of Asheville, N. C, has become
a member of the North Carolina Ag
ricultural Credit Corporation and will
be able to' furnish the farmers what'
capital they; will need for producing
crops or, purchasing live stock.
Every farmer who needs money to
finance for producing crops or pur
chasing live stock should avail him-:
self of this'opportunity. Mftny farm
ers who' a're not planning n putting
wit the best paying crops on account
of cost of seed and fertilizer can now
.broaden 'their plans under this -new
""-it arrangement. With the various
that can be grown fin this sec- '..
"vjsold at a profit over the cost
the farrfer ought , to
earnest! effort to m-
capacity of the
"-Jffn if a man